Learning that fits your lifestyle.
What does your life look like? Do you have a job? Family obligations?
What’s your learning style? Do you learn best in a live lecture and discussion format or better when you have time to read, digest and develop your response?
When God places a call on your life and you begin to discern that seminary might be the next step, that doesn’t always mean everything else in life stops. That’s why United created flexible learning options to meet the needs and learning styles of our students. Choose the one that fits best for you or mix and match to get the right combination for this season of life.
Choose the program that’s right for you.
- Online Courses
- Live Interactive Virtual Education (LIVE) Courses
- Hybrid: Online and On-Campus
- Week-Long On-Campus Intensives
- Traditional On-Campus Courses
United Theological Seminary is one of 13 seminaries of The United Methodist Church, offering master’s and doctoral theological degrees to prepare faithful and fruitful Christian leaders who make disciples of Jesus Christ. The seminary was established in 1871 by the Board of Education of the Church of the United Brethren in Christ, which was chaired by Bishop Milton Wright, father of aviation pioneers Wilbur and Orville. For the past 150 years, United has been dedicated to the education of men and women for Christian ministry with academic programs and community outreach that are both local and global within the historic traditions of the United Brethren, Evangelical United Brethren and United Methodist churches. Learn more at www.united.edu.